Programmable Motorized Focus Camera Raspberry Pi now Support Auto Focus

Introduction

The standard pi camera is fixed focus lens, some of them are glued which cannot be adjusted by users, and some of them are not glued which can adjust the lens focus manually. But in certain circumstance, you want to programmable control the focus distance remotely where the device can not be reached. The ArduCAM team now designed motorized control focus 5MP and an 8MP camera module for Raspberry Pi series boards to address this problem. Now the autofocus function is also implemented by the Arducam team, now the auto-focus demo source code is available on our GitHub.

Features

  • High-Definition video camera for Raspberry Pi Model A/B/B+ and Raspberry Pi 2 Pi 3B, Pi 3B+ and Pi Zero
  • 5MP OV5647 or 8MP IMX219 sensor with motorized focus lens
  • Integral IR filter
  • Angle of View: 54 x 41 degrees
  • Field of View: 2.0 x 1.33 m at 2 m
  • Full-frame SLR lens equivalent: 35 mm
  • Focus distance: 4 cm to infinity
  • Size: 25 x 24 mm
  • 15 cm flat ribbon cable to 15-pin MIPI Camera Serial Interface (CSI) connector

Demo Video

Check out the 5MP OV5647 here and the 8MP IMX219 here, or buy them from one of our distributors!

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